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Smart contracts are self-executing contracts with the terms of the agreement directly written into lines of code. They are designed to automate, facilitate, and enforce the negotiation or performance of an agreement between parties without the need for intermediaries.

  • Leverage the power of the blockchain to enter new global markets.
  • Take advantage of immutable, tamper proof contracts.
  • Sell directly to your customers, and cut out the middleman.
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Smart contracts can be used in various ways across different industries and scenarios. Here are some examples of how smart contracts can be employed in your business.


Automate claim processing and payouts based on predefined conditions.

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Voting and Governance

Secure and transparent decentralized voting systems that automate vote counting & prevent double-voting.

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Digital Gaming

Blockchain Games with verifiable ownership allowing players to own their virtual assets.

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Intellectual Property

Manage ownership, licensing, and distribution of intellectual property rights and automate royalty payments, licensing agreements or copyright enforcement.

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Supply Chain Management

Enhance transparency and efficiency by tracking and verifying the movement of goods.

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Tokenization and Asset Management

Take physical assets, such as real estate, artwork, or intellectual property onto the blockchain

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Decentralized Finance (DeFi)

Lending, borrowing, decentralized exchanges, yield farming, and staking on the blockchain.

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Financial Transactions

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Digital Collectables

Digital collectibles (NFTs) with verifiable ownership, provable scarcity, and automatic trading.

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How they work

Smart contracts built on the blockchain support the execution of decentralized applications that can trigger specific actions when predetermined conditions are met. The terms and conditions of the contract are converted into code, and once the contract is deployed to the blockchain, it becomes immutable and tamper-proof.

It’s important to note that while smart contracts offer numerous advantages, they are still subject to the accuracy and security of the code written. Additionally, their implementation may be subject to legal considerations and regulatory frameworks, which can vary across jurisdictions.

Certify Labs is the leading smart contract marketplace, with a large selection of fully audited contracts available on both private and public blockchains.


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